The 14 Most Beautiful Wedding Venues Washington You Will Love

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The Most Beautiful Wedding Venues Washington

Wedding Venues Washington // You chose to get married in Washington and are now looking for amazing wedding venues? Well, it can be a bit overwhelming finding the right one. If you need a little help figuring out the best option, here are the best wedding venues Washington for you. This state has so many unique venues, from fairytale treehouses, plant nurseries, to hidden beaches and National Parks.

Scroll down and get inspired by all the amazing wedding venues Washington has to offer!



Top Wedding Venues Washington

AXIS Pioneer Square

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AXIS is a wedding venue that is located in the historic heart of Downtown Seattle and is an axis point for art, culture, history, and photography. This city space features exposed brick walls, archways, and open floor plans which will make your wedding unforgettable. You can even find an outdoor space right behind the venue: Nord Alley is a perfect outdoor area for taking photos, creating a lounge area, or playing yard games.

Fern Acres

A wedding couple is holding hands in the Fern Acres forest.



Fern Acres is located on the Olympic Peninsula in the town of Forks. If you are looking for a secluded magical forest venue, these 5 acres of naturally forested land are perfect for you. Up to 150 guests can whiteness your ceremony next to moss-draped vine maples, ferns, and moss-covered old-growth stumps.


A wedding couple is standing in the forest at IslandWoods.

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IslandWood gives your wedding a rustic Pacific Northwest backdrop and is just a 35-minute ferry ride away from Seattle. The natural beauty of the 250-acre property with forested trails, meadows, ponds, gardens, two treehouses, a suspension bridge, and a canopy tower will leave you and your guests speechless. IslandWood is supporting justice-oriented environmental education programs, so you are helping a good cause as well.

Kiana Lodge

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The Kiana Lodge offers a delightful mix of natural and rustic elegance and is only a short ferry ride away from Seattle. The Lodge features six acres of fragrant cedars, tall firs, and manicured gardens and its waterfront is a stunning backdrop for any kind of wedding.

Whether it’s the historic open-beam structure, the floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace, or Garden Atrium, this outdoor and indoor venue will leave you and your guests speechless.

For more inspiration, check out this Kiana Lodge wedding at the Seattle Coast.

Lord Hill Farms

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Lord Hill Farms is a luxurious wedding venue that is located in Snohomish, Washington. Out of all the wedding venues Washington, this one might be the one with the biggest capacities for weddings with up to 700 people.

You can enjoy 450 acres of professionally landscaped grounds, flourishing gardens, and manicured plants and trees. Lord Hill Farms has indoor and outdoor venue options that can be adapted to an array of ceremony and reception sizes.

Mountain Rainier National Park

A wedding couple and their bridesmaids and groomsmen are standing in the Mount Rainer National Park.



The Mountain Rainier National Park offers 370 square miles of wilderness such as glacier-carved valleys, subalpine meadows, and old forests and is even home to the famous active volcano Mount Rainier. This location has five areas that provide basic as well as extensive accommodations: Longmire, Ohanapecosh, Paradise, Sunrise, and Carbon River and Mowich.

If you are planning to get married at the Mountain Rainier National Park, make sure to book a date during the week to avoid crowds. Be aware that you need a special use permit to get married there and that parking is limited.


North Cascades National Park

A wedding couple is kissing each other and and three wedding guests are standing next to them at the North Cascades National Park in Washington.



The North Cascades National Park is a three hours drive away from Seattle and offers a stunning alpine backdrop for your wedding. You and your guests can enjoy the temperate rainforest, a dry ponderosa ecosystem as well as areas with over 9,000 feet of vertical relief. Imagine listening to cascading waters during your ceremony and exploring jagged peaks afterward.

Make sure to get a special use permit and make your wedding truly enchanting at the North Cascades National Park.

Olympia National Park

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The Olympia National Park offers you high peaks, wild coasts, and lush forests. If you like to get married in an area that covers nearly a million acres and is home to vast wilderness, glacier-capped mountains, mild temperature rain forests, and about 70 miles of natural coastline, then this one might be a perfect choice out of all the wedding venues Washington.

This wedding venue offers lodging accommodations for you and your guests inside as well as outside of the park. Make sure to get a special use permit in order to get married at the National Park.

Pine Creek Nursery

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If you are looking for wedding venues Washington and love plants and gardening, then we found a really special gem for you. Pine Creek is a destination plant nursery that is located in the outskirts of Monroe. this location features manicured gardens, a large patio surrounded by lawn, and rustic event buildings with warm wooden interiors.

Robinswood House

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Robinswood House is a breathtaking renovated log house and cabana set from 1895. This location is a perfect outdoor option out of all the wedding venues Washington and offers two spacious patios, a flower-filled garden, and a lush landscape. This venue can accommodate up to 225 people outside and approximately 60 people inside. Enjoy the views of Robinswood Park, the privacy of the property, and its charming fireplaces.

Roche Harbor Resort

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Roche Harbor is a lovely seaside resort that is located on San Juan Island, Washington. This 120-year-old property is surrounded by lush gardens and has a variety of lodging options, such as luxurious modern homes, cottages, and a historic hotel.  You can host small intimate ceremonies, as well as large weddings at this little piece of paradise.

Ruby Beach

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Ruby Beach is a hidden gem, located on the southwest coast of the Olympic Peninsula. You can access the beach directly from Highway 101. Out of all the beach wedding venues Washington, this might be the most beautiful beach in the whole state. The iconic sea stacks are magnificent rock formations that provide a perfect backdrop for your wedding pictures.

The tidepools at Ruby Beach are also really fascinating, as they contain an abundance of marine life. For more inspiration, check out this beautiful vow renewal at Ruby Beach.

Trinity Tree Farm

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Trinity Tree Farm is one of a kind location out of all the wedding venues Washington. This venue is located in Issaquah and is a 30-minutes drive away from Seattle. Enjoy your special day in a rustic barn enclosed by french doors, with a magnificent view of Mount Rainier, Tiger, and Squak Mountain. You can host weddings with up to 150 guests there and exchange vows amongst the trees.

Treehouse Point

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The Treehouse Point is located in Issaquah and is a truly enchanted place. If you love whimsical treehouses and fairytale forests, then you just found your wedding venue. This place is perfect for up to 80 people and you and some of your guests can even stay there overnight.


Now that you have been inspired by all the amazing wedding venues Washington, it is time to choose one that fits your style, size, and budget. Washington has so many great wedding locations, there is one for everyone.
Make your day magical and leave your guests speechless with one of the stunning wedding venues Washington mentioned above.
Take some time and check out all the options available online and in-person, and when you have chosen the venue, make sure to book the best wedding photographer. Just go to our “photographers near me” page and type in your location and you will find the best photographers around your area.

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